What does a blue dot on a wire mean? It happens when I have a terminal block with a common bus and I attach lines to the terminal. Please advise if this is something I need to be concerned about.
Post some screenshots please. I can't really help you on this but my guess would be an origin.
This means the wires equiponentials do not match. To fix this right-click on one of the wires, and select 'solve equiponential conflict'.
This would fix it
The description sounds like an equipotential conflict. You can review the "look" of this error via the Project > Configuration > Graphics tab and set the line type and color used for "Equipotential conflicts", if you prefer you can simply uncheck the option altogether so it is no longer displayed.
The error is cased by having two or more equipotential connected to one another with different equipotential values. Jurgen has described the easiest way to resolve the issue by RMB on an equipotential where the error occurs and selecting "Solve equipotential conflicts".
I hope this helps.
In case the phrase equipotential is confusing, here is what happened...
You had numbers assigned to your network of wires, then removed a part, say a fuse, then the wires on each side of it were reconnected but had different numbers. it's telling you there's an error.
Should be able to double click on either side, then check the MANUAL, then automatic again.
This also happens when manual-automatic wires meet.
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